Ecology House

 

 

Eco Mission Statement!

Eco House exists to further sustainability, animal welfare, plant cultivation and appreciation, ingenuity, environmental education, inclusivity, and community. We commit to having an enthusiastic atmosphere, educational programming, committees, and sustainable lifestyles. We will expand our impact through outreach, collaboration, and participation in the wider Cornell community as Eco representatives. In doing so, we will act as an environmental hub for campus. 

 

Current Cornell students: apply here to live in Eco for 2019-2020! 

The priority deadline is 11/20 and the final deadline is 2/1

 

Welcome to the Ecology House! This is a diverse community of aspiring engineers, veterinarians, doctors, architects, biologists, chemists, programmers, lawyers, researchers, and so much more. Despite the variety of backgrounds and majors, everyone is connected by one concern: the environment needs our help. The Ecology House teaches each student how to begin to change the world, even in the smallest of ways. The House staff starts by introducing students to living sustainably. Everyone learns how to compost, recycle, and promote energy efficiency. In addition, students are given the chance to partake in a wide variety of leadership positions, ranging from being a committee leader within the house to an Eco representative at campus-wide events. At Eco, you will always have the chance to express yourself and bring new ideas to the table (or kitchen). Eco House has a dynamic environment, improved daily by the thoughts and actions of every resident and staff member.  

Not living in Eco but still want to be a part of our community?  Email Residence Hall Director (RHD) Sam Benson via e-mail (ecologyhouse@cornell.edu) or use the link on the left to ask about how you can become an Out-of-House Member!

 

 

Pet of the Month!

Pet name: Big Momma

Owner: Johanna

Age: Timeless

Favorite Activities: Sitting in her mud hole, getting very excited upon spotting her meal worms and feeding tongs, squeaking menacingly at ungodly hours of the night

Fun Facts: Big Momma has teeth on the bottom of her jaw and is a terrifying creature! But super cool and beautiful and we love her :)

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